Welcome to a special gallery featuring the AZ home by Basiches, a Portuguese architectural firm and interior design company.
This home is an example of how an open-concept design can maximize the functional living space of a smaller home. The spacious main living area has few walls to divide the space, instead separating out the rooms into quadrants.
The kitchen and dining room are to the rear of the frame (as shown above) while the living room and family rooms are next to each other, separated visually by the arrangement of the furniture.
The furniture itself is modern and comfortable, and demonstrates how contemporary pieces are more than just art. They are as functional as they are beautiful.
The entire space has beautiful light hardwood floors with an unpolished, unfinished texture.
The furniture is modern, focusing on contemporary colors like light gray and layered patterns to add a level of visual interest that simple solids can’t provide.
We hope you’ll enjoy this fantastic modern and contemporary open-concept home by Basiches that has everything you need from A to Z!
A shot of the formal living room showing the low mynikevisit-na.com profile sofa that is piled high with soft pillows. Modern recliners sit to the right in black Air Maniax. A plush area rug adds another dimension of texture to the space.
A view across the dining table at the modern entertainment center of the living room. Small cubbies are dispersed throughout the glossy brown section and backlit to best display the family’s accents.
The formal dining room sits near the lengthy counter that connects to the kitchen. Beneath the counter is a massive wine rack and cooler. This counter acts as a buffet, and would be perfect for large family gatherings.
More storage cabinets are hidden against the wall with only small handles to open the sleek doors. The two light fixtures above the dining table are shaded in a light gold.
A close up on the kitchen, showing a two-tier eat-in bar and the simple, low-profile stainless steel appliances. Heavy white shades can be raised for more natural light from the expansive windows.
Another look at the living room. From this angle we can see a projector above the sofa. The screen, when retracted into the ceiling, eliminates the clutter of a television for a clean, minimalist space.
A view from the other seating area across the living room and dining room, showing the way the spaces flow into one another.
The master bedroom is also in a pristine white, with a unique layout. Instead of the bed being placed against the wall, the bed is in the center of the room against a slightly taller desk. This arrangement visually separates the two sections of the bedroom: the sleeping area and the work area.
A view over the bed from the desk area. A television inset into the far row of wall cabinets is placed perfectly so that it can be viewed both from the bed, the settee at the foot of the bed, or from the desk behind the bed.
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